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Video editing presentation


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Presentation from the Practical Videography Workshop at Innovation Space on Feb 7-8th 2013 by Leena & Min Fei Kultanen

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Video editing presentation

  1. 1. Video editingLeena & Min Fei Kultanen
  2. 2. What to do before you startediting? Import video clips from you smart phone or video camera. Sort through them and organize in folder(s) Make backup copies of the clips to DVD or external hard drive. Use free video editors: Movie Maker for Windows, iMovie for Mac, VideoSpin etc.
  3. 3. Elements of video editors Bin - where you keep all your files (video clips, audio, images) Timeline - where all the clips are cut and blended Preview - this is the small screen where you can watch what you have selected in the timeline Techradar: Test on 12 video editors
  4. 4. Start editing1. Give your project a name and save it.2. Import your material to the editor.3. Drag video clips to the timeline.4. Start slicing and trimming.5. Once your clips have been split, you can click and drag them around and place them in any order you choose.6. Get familiar with the editor and play around. WikiHow: How to edit videos
  5. 5. Drag and dropvideo clips Razorblade for trimming Timeline: titles Timeline: sounds Timeline: background music
  6. 6. Add transitions and text Transitions blend clips together. Select the one you want use and drag it in-between the two clips where you want it occur. Text: titles, captions, or credits To add text just select the text tool in your editor and drag it over the clip where you would like for it to appear.
  7. 7. Video editors for smart phones AndroMedia for Android HighlightCam Social for Android and iPhone 10 video editing apps for Android, iPhone and iPad
  8. 8. VideoSpin Supported video formats: AVI (DV AVI), MJPEG, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, DivX and WMV Sound: Dolby 2CH, MPEG-1 Layer 2 and MP3 Audio The program is free, but the codecs to create or edit MPEG-2, MPEG-4/DivX or Dolby Digital 2 Channel files have a 15- day trial period
  9. 9. Video converters Techradar: 12 video converters on test e/applications/best-free-video-converter- 12-on-test-1059245
  10. 10. Legal music and soundsfor videosCreative Commons license is a standardized way togive the public permission to share and use yourcreative work. “Some rights reserved” More information on Creative Commons license
  11. 11. Audio editors Audacity  free software, developed by a group of volunteers and distributed under the GNU General Public License (GPL).  can record live audio through a microphone or mixer, or digitize recordings from cassette tapes, records, or minidiscs.